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Before I continue my narration, let's pay attention to correspondences and quickly check something. Without returning to the text, reproduce on a piece of paper Mike's proposed strategies for the American Way.
If it seemed to you that your heart has just stopped, or you thought “Oh no!”, Then welcome to the Club of busy businessmen - smart people, incredibly overloaded with verbal data and not fully understanding what exactly you should pay maximum attention to. Nevertheless, let's still do this exercise and see how many of Mike's strategies you managed to remember.
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How much could you remember? One? Do not worry - about the same result reached the majority of people sitting in the hall. Two? Not bad! Three? Wonderful! Just fine, if you can remember all four (if five - then something is wrong: Mike talked about four).

Yes, this is not entirely fair. After all, I did not warn in advance that a test awaits you, and did not indicate what should be noted in my history. But Mike did not. If you remember, he just went out and started talking. His speech was excellent and inspiring, but I didn’t notice that some of the executives took notes and no one, including Mike himself, bothered to give the main points of speech clarity and clarity.

Regardless of how many strategies Mike you remember, the main lesson is this: let a good speech can be attractive and inspiring, but you have to admit the limited possibilities of words. I want to make it clear: as such, nothing is wrong. The problem is that they alone are not enough.
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